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good morning, america. breaking news -- a vacation voyage turns deadly as a tourist boats capsizes off the coast of mexico. explosive ending. attorneys in the casey anthony trial lash out in their closing arguments. >> objection. >> who made the better case? dan abrams and nancy grace break it down for us. royal mum. kate cozies up to the kids and shares her hopes for an heir. the comment that's capturing headlines on her north american tour. light them all at once. the fireworks show that never got off the ground.
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and a good morning to you. happy independence day. i'm josh elliott, here today with elizabeth vargas, as robin and george are enjoying the holiday with their families. let's face it perhaps a measure of sleep. >> let's hope so. 14. and with that fireworks video, that's not if way it's supposed to work. hopefully it wililwork well as you celebrate our nation's birthday. we have lots of news. we begin with that breaking news off the coast of baja, california. a tourist boat has capsized. dozen of people have b bn thrown into the water. bianna golodryga is here with the latest. >> reporter: one american tourist was killed. all 44 people onboard, the tourism company, baja fishing, when it capsized yesterday. the boat was found 60 miles
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south of san felipe, mexico. 27 onboard were tourists. the other 17 were crew members. the u.s. coast guard has launched a helicopter from san diego to help the navy conduct a search this morning. the boat started to have trouble after running into a thunderstorm and capsized in the heavy seas. >> it sank closer to shore. some were able to swim to shore. some were picked up by good samaritans that were in the area. >> reporter: now, this is in a remote area. the survivors who swam to shore had to hike to get help. one american was killed. missing.her people are currently of those eight, seven were totoists. e was a member of the boat's crew. more information as we get it. elizabeth, it's a big tourist destination. i know you've been there. >> the water is quite deep.
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and attracts a lot of deep-sea fishing. >> terrifying stuff. elizabeth, now, to the latest on the explosive closing arguments in the casey anthony trial. a trial that has transfixed with some bizarre turns. judge belvin perry took the unusual step of halting proceedings as the opposing attorneys lost their collective cool. abc's yunji de nies has more, now, from orlando. yunji, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, josh. those closing arguments were riveting. full of twists and turns. fights and fireworks. at one point, the judge threatened to throw both of the attorneys off the case. and there's more to come this morning. >> there wasn't piece of duct tape placed over caylee's face. there were three. overlapping at angles. >> reporter: if you believe the prosecution, casey anthony was a party girl who wanted freedom at any cost. >> and she died because her mother decided that the life that she wanted was more important.
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>> reporter: if you believe the defense, she was a victim. >> casey reacts the way she does and lies because of the environment that she was brought up in. >> reporter: with bad judgement as her only crime. >> this was an accident that owballed out of control. >> reporter: an emotional back and forth for casey anthony. in tears one moment, and showing stone-faced defiance the next, as jeff ashton talked about little caylee's death. >> we can only hope that the chloroform was used before the tape was applied. so that caylee went peacefully. >> hope? you're not supposed to hope. you're supposed to prove cases beyond and to the exclusion of every reasononle doubt. >> repepter: the judge ruled they failed to prove allegations of sexual abuse. so, they were forbidden to bring it up. >> there is no evidence that the defendant was sexually molested.
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>> reporter: despite the setback, jose baez went on the attack for three hours. casting a wide net of doubt. >> the situations like fantasy searches, fantasy forensics. phantom stickers. phantom stains. all of this nonsense. the people from the fbi who inspected the shovel. there's no evidence, no dna. they went crazy trying to find more hairs, so they could say, this came from a dead body. the test for chloroform, negative. all of these other drugs, negative, negative. >> reporter: tempers flared. at one point, jose baez called out prosecutor ashton for laughing at him. >> this laughing guy right here. >> objection. >> reporter: the judge immediately stopped proceedings. threatening to throwowoth of them off the case. >> i have constantly told both sides, i personally gave each one of you the ninth
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judicial circuit courtroom decorum policy. >> reporter: the prosecution will have the final word today. they'll present their rebuttal shortly. after six, long weeks this case will finally go to the jury. josh? >> yunji, in a moment, we'll look at the successes and failures of both sides. our legal team, certainly dynamic, and sometimes volcanic, are standing by. new twists in another case that's been making a lot of headlines. the case of the new york hotel maid accusing the former international monetary fund chief, dominique strauss-kahn, of sexual assault. there are new questions now about the accuser's life. and this may have derailed the case. abc's linsey davis is here with the very latest. prosecutors this morning denying that the case is dead. >> reporter: that's right. good morning. it's her credibility that's being called into question. dominique strauss-kahn has claimed all along that he's innocent. now the case has turned dramatically in his favor.
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the case is so drastic, we could see a possible dismissal sooner than the next court date. just when it seemed we heard it all, more startling accusations about dominique strauss-kahn's accuser. according to "the new york post," she routinely traded sex for money. but sources close to the defendant denied that to abc news. calling it a complete fabrication. however, the d.a.'s case has been crippled. a three-page letter outlined her lies and inconsistencies about the case. >> i think you can understand why we believe from the beginning that this case was not what it appeared to be. >> reporter: just days after strauss-kahn's arrest the hotel maid reportedly called her boyfriend in immigration jail in arizona. and told him, don't worry, this guy has a lot of money. i know what i'm doing. in addition to cheating on her
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taxes, there were also reports of several bank accounts in her name with large sum of money. >> she lead about the current offense and certain things surrounding it. that makes all of the lies in her past relevant. >> reporter: one part of her story has not changed. she maintains that she was sexually assaulted. >> her credibility is important. any rape victim's credibility is important. but you cannot become blind to the physical, corrrrobating evidence. >> reporter: with the d.a.'s case weakened, strauss-kahah ha been free to travel from the u.s. and in weeks, if not days, strauss-kahn could walk a free man. we're learning that a novelist is accusing strauss-kahn of attempted rape. she describes an encounter several years ago where strauss-kahn allegedly assaulted her. she is expected to file the lawsuit tomorrow in paris.
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elizabeth? >> all right, linsey. what an extreme change in fortunes on that story. thanks so much. let's check back in with bianna golodryga. you have the latest developments with the exxon oil spill. >> this morning, montana's governor says exxon mobil is just guessing as the amount of damage from the spill and is downplaying the environmental affects. exxon mobil is denying the charges. here's abc's neal karlinsky. >> reporter: pelicans swimming in oily water. this is the yellowstone river in montana, a normally pristine slice of nature. now, marked by an oil spill that couldn't have come at a worst time. the river has been surging for months, pushing high water through farmland. now, it's mixed with oil, too. >> at this time, we don't know the root cause. this is a very unusual event. obviously, we have a large amount of oil entering the water very quickly.
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>> reporter: in fact, exxon shut down the same line in may over concerns rising flood waters. but then, restarted it. the spill started when a 12-inch pipeline began leaking underneath the yellowstone fofoing the brief evacuation of 140 people out of fear of explosion. exxon mobil officials say a pressure change was detecteded d the line was shut off within six minutes. but the damage was already done. spilling some 42,000 gallons of oil and leaving sheens in the water reportedly seen up to 100 miles from the leak. now, cleanup crews are doing their best to soak it up and stop its spread. the yellowstone is a tributary to the missouri river. so, the concern now is to stop the oil before it flows further. for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. in other news, authorities in new mexico say the largest fire in state history burning near los alamos was caused when a tree fell across power lines.
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rain over the weekend helped firefighters make enough progress to allow 12,000 evacuees finally returned home for the first time in nearly a week. the los alamos national laboratory will finally reopen on wednesday. police in san francisco have shot and killed a man at a b.a.r.t. transit station. he was reportedly drunk and carrying a knife. a police officer convicted of shooting at a b.a.r.t. station was just released from jail. protests.l sparked days of u.s. military personnel serving the country around the world are remembering the true meaning of independence day. ♪ the soldiers in the southeastern corner of afghanistan took part in a flag-raising ceremony, complete with a military band. they were sent to afghanistan as part of president obama's troop surge. they're due to return home next month. the sacrifice so many have made in the fight for freedom a stark indication this morning that more americans are unaware of the very origins of this
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holiday. listen to this. a new poll finds that 42% of americans don't know the u.s. declared independence, 1776, folks, and 24% don't know that we declared independence from the british. >> come on. >> most of them said they could not remember which country. >> i categorically cannot accept that. >> there you go. >> unbelievable. >> i would be curious to see what country they would pick. >> everything but britain. >> unbelievable.. unbelievable. although this is of course, independence day, fourth of july. we're desperate for one day of great weather. we turn to you, stephanie roberts, from our great tampa station, wfds, in today for sam. for the very latest. stephanie. >> good morning. no pressures, since you have to deliver a good fireworks forecast to the nation. all eyes focused on our nation's capital for this independence day.
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yesterday, some very rough weather r ving through the d.c. area. in fact, one fatality from a tree falling on a man riding his bike. you can see folks evacuating the mall as those strong storms whipped up last evening. flooding rains. five injured by lightning in the gettysburg area. the threat of a scattered shower but nothing that should be a complete washout. so, we'll look forward to that. d.c., up to 90. cloud cover in new york. 88 degrees. moving to the west. 82 in detroit. plenty of places baking in the sun this july 4th. bubble of heat up to the 90s all of the way to minneapolis.
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have a safe and happy fourth. josh? >> thank you, stephanie. meanwhile,e,he royal couple is getting a reception worthy of rock stars on their north american tour, still ongoing.
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"the sun" says that kate talked about wanting children. that's big news. and bob woodruff has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. very interesting news day today. fantastic morning here. you know that prince william is actually military helicopter pilot. he's going to be flying himself over the water here in what's called a emergency landing procedure. he's going to land it to prevent it from flipping over because of the blades. later on, a competition n tween him and his wife, kate in a dragon boat race. under the hong kong tradition. we'll find out soon who's going to win that thing later today. this is the fifth day of this remarkable tour. this has been a very, very successful time. [ speaking in french ]
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>> reporter: prince william continued the royal couple's charm offensive in quebec city. speaking in their native tongue, french. and apologizing for his accent. the prince and his bride have been greeted with fanfare everywhere they go. they visited a shelter for troubled youths. on the streets, there were about 200 protesters. but more than a thousand fans in the french town. once again the crowd was infatuated with kate's fashions, stunning dresses by a canadian-born designer. and little girls got the chance to give her flowers. what is it like to meet the prince? >> it's a privilege. a real, real privilege. >> reporter: the father of one of them wished the duchess of cambridge well, in the couple's plans to start a family. according to "the sun" newspaper, kate who hasn't spoken publicly about wanting
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children, was overheard saying, yes, i hope to. kate has made no public comments but has been very visible, interacting with adorning fans before the cameras. the next stop for us, we're heading up to the north northwest territory, a town known as yellowknife. >> great work. thank you. we're joined by abc contributor and royal editor of the sun newspaper duncan larkin also on prince edward island. i wonder, as we see canada clearly taken with the royal couple, especially kate. what's the sense you're getting from the crowd there? >> kate is totally under the microscope on this trip. everything she does is scrutinized. so far, the reception that she has has been fantastic. so far, a euphoria everywhere she goes. >> how does prince william feel
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about sharing the spotlight with his wife? >> that was the way with prince charles and diana, as the marriage started to crumble. everybody wanted to see diana. and prince charles couldn't stand that. but for william, he is just loving it. william is standing back a a loving the fact that people are seeing his new bride and clearly approving of her. >> you mentioned last night it would have been princess diana's 50th birthday. how poignant was it for william to be on this trip, especially with kate? >> o ocourse, william made a speech on what would have been his mother's 50th birthday. he made no reference to his mother. i think for william, still very raw emotion there. he doesn't like talking about publicly what would have been her 50th birthday. i think william is happy to be here with kate, in what would
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have been a very sad time for him. >> obviouslylythis is the rst big trip out of the gates as newlyweds. are william and kate handle it? >> well, princess diana was the master at this. what we were hoping to see is and what we may be beginning to see, iss that kate has gotot th x-factor, the star quality. she's proving that the signs are very good. we're very excited to see kate out and about, doing what she seems to do naturally. very, very encouraging so far. >> it hasn't been all open arms, however. there have been some anti-monarchy protests. how have will and kate been handling those? >> they would haveveeen well briefed before they came. i think they would take what they have had so far as success. some defensive voices. some protests. but nothing too seris.
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>> meanwhile, back home in england, a lot of talk about prince harry and perhaps a new romance for him. can you tell us a little bit about florence? >> well, she is a lingerie model. she's extremely beautiful. she's the ex-girlfriend of one of our formula one racing drivers. she's from royal family. a funny sort of way, harry is accidentally met himself someone quite suitable. >> this is terrific. royal editor for "the sun" newspaper, editor, duncan larcombe. we appreciate the time. >> thank you. >> a lingerie model? >> proper vintage. quite a pedigree there. only the finest for prprce harry. sparks again flaring in the casey anthony trial. which said made the better case? our legal duo is here. free-diving, the real-life aqua man who risks their lives
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a bart officer was injured with cuts and bruises on his arm. the man was shot three times and later died at the hospital. let's get an update on the morning commute, there is no commute. >> that is right. it's holiday light. live look at san rafael, 101 at lucas valley, cars are headed in the southbound direction, things are looking good over the golden gate bridge. smooth ride across the span in both directions. bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights have remained off all morning long. >> don't worry danielle we'll find you some traffic. switching to progressive could mean hundreds more in your wallet year after year. feed me! saving you money -- now, that's progressive.
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if you hate her, if you think she's a lying no-goodd slut, then you'll start to look at this evidence in a different light. you'll start to -- oh, wait a minute, maybe i'm seeing something that's not there. >> strong words from defense attorney jose baez. will they sway the juror backfire though, against his client casey anthony, our rather dynamic duo, dan abrams and nancy grace standing by to tell you which side made its case better. that's straight ahead. good morning, america. robin and george are off this july 4th. elizabeth vargas is in today as well. >> we the do expect the case to go the jury today and begin deliberations, we don't know how
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soon. we'll check in with dan and nancy. also this morning -- it's one of the most dangerous sports in the world, free-diving. going 60 feet underwater. racing through an underwater obstacle course with no oxygen. it's pretty unbelievable. that guy there had an oxygen tank. these guys hold their breath. >> they're being propelled through the water now. >> doesn't sound like much f f to me. >> we'll have that for you. plus -- take a look at this. it's a colorful blast from a fire works' point of view. we'll show you all of the colors of this singular holiday coming right up. >>. we begin this morning with more on that casey anthony trial. the prosecution is set to finish closing arguments this morning.
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jury is expected to begin deliberations later on today. closing arguments produced some of the biggest fireworks to date. take a listen. >> being a parent is about sacrifice. sacrificing your time and, your dreams and your life. nothing wrong with young people, drinking, dancing and having fun. that's not the life that casey has. because casey is a mom. so, she has a choice. life at the timered to a child or a life free to be 22. casey anthony decided on june 16th, that something had to be sacrificed. she chose to sacrifice her child. >> speculation upon speculation. guess upon guess.
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they want you to fill in the gaps with your anger and your emotion. if you hate her, if you think she's a lying, no-good slut, then you'll start to look at this in evidence a different light. we all know that casey acted impropi i inappropriate. why are these allegationsnseing made? to make up for the lack of everyday. to have you guessing. the law says you must base your verdict on the evidence. not on emotion. >> let's bring in the rest of our legal team in orlando, nancy grace and of course here in the studio, gma legal analyst dan abrams. dan, the day started with a crucial ruling that the defense couldn't mention their theory that casey's father sexually abused her and that's what led
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to casey's inappropriate behavior. >> i think it was the correct ruling. if you can't present evidence you can't bring it. i think it may helped the defense. the fact that weren't able to go off on what i view a tangent actually may have helped the defense's case. >> nancy, i was struck listening to jose baez's harsh language in his closing yesterday. he repeatedly called casey a liar, how do you think it went over on the jury? >> i don't think it went over very well at all. being a liar and slut is pretty much legal in every jurisdiction in this country. it's not good to put out your client's bad points. the defense had casey anthony
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barricaded by from the jury by visual aids. that was intentional. it's founded in the law. you canan argue some zanny theory to the jury. dan's spin to put a good face on it for the defense it's good for them that a major prong of their case was ruled out in closing statements is crazy. they were relying on that. her alleged sexualization by father and brother which is improbable. >> nancy, wait -- >> to explain her behavior for 31 days. >> but if you think it's improbable -- nancy, hang on one second. >> why it would help the defense to argue it? you said that it's just so improbable. >> because it's already commit td to it. that's the only excuse she got
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for not her reporting her daughter missing. friends.ed by all imaginary dan, my 3-year-olds have imaginary friends. one is named samuel pocket, a grown woman doesn't have imaginary friends. what that means, translation, lies to cover up murder. >> nancy, this was the defense's way of trying to explain that 31 days. the prosecution went after that time period as well. saying that casey sacrificed her daughter so that she could party. >> well, i got to tell you mething, elizabeth, you k kw how i feel. this morning when i came here, i looked at my kids still asleep,
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i thought about caylee anthony and not one time in the defense closing statements did they mourn her death and i find that to be the most offensive part of their closing argument at all. other thing they did 180 on the roy kronk, meter reader that he redistributed the body. they admitted that the body there. >> i think thehe biggest proble for the defense was i think jose baez was very kocondescending. that they shouldn't be fooled or duped. it was very condescending how they're going to get snookered by the prosecution. it didn't show any level of respect for the jury. >> he repeatedly said that the prosecution hasn't given any
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evidence of where caylee died or when caylee died. >> i think that in instead of focusing on as many answers they posed more questions. meaning that recognize now that the best argument they have reasonable doubt as to the cause of death. instead of saying, we know exactly how she died -- hang on one second, nancy. instead of focusing on this sort of -- you know, those long-shot-type arguments and definitive answers as to exactly how she died in the pool, they're sailing, we don't know how caylee died. >> nancy? >> bottom line, i think the state will argue you don't give a defendant a gold star because she managed to hide the body
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until decomposed where you couldn't tell the cause of death. let's check in with the weather with stephanie roberts from our tampa station. good morning. >> good morning. i want to start with some amazing video in las vegas. we're officially with the start of monsoon season. three-quarters of an inch of rain to do to dry parched land. there will still be the risk of severe storms across the southwest today. up to the midwest. this will bring cooler temperatures to these northern cities that have been baking
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there's diving and then there's this. what these divers are r rht here. it's called free-diving where breathing is against the rules. abc's matt gutman dove in to show us what it's all about. >> reporter: they go places humans shouldn't go, 60 feet under water. no oxygen. it's man versus shark. but the first generation of human or the bead owe, clinging these to these scooters. >> it's free-diving meets formula one meets top gun. >> reporter: this new sport takes free-diving. diving as deep as you can on one breath. a free-diving guru calls it formula 3 free-dive zmrg you're taking your body where it doesn't want to go. where everything is contracting in your body.
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>> yeah. >> why? >> i guess it's, you know, what can you do? what are we capable as a species. >> reporter: many pushsht all of the way to blackout, causing drowning to make free-diving one of the most dangerous sports in the world. before becoming a man fish, you got to become a guinea pig first. now, he's going to teach me how to hold my breath longer than i ever thought possible. my body is demanding to breathe. he trains you to ignore it and after an hour of instruction -- >> breathe, breath, breathe. breathe. breathe. >> reporter: >> good job, man. >> all right. >> good, solid five minutes on the dot. >> that's a good, good solid time. for someone who's a free-diver already, that's a great time.
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>> reporter: under water with divers scooting by, i learned in this sport you can get a little too close to the action. there's a tranquility down there. just the thump-thump of your heart as those human fish scoot by. that solitude becomes addictive. you're a man fish. >> sure. >> reporter: and for a few blissful moments i got to play merman as well. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, the cayman islands. >> the world, what do you think it is. set last year. >> eight minutes. >> 19 minutes and 21 seconds. >> and hey lived? >> they lived to tell about it. coming up -- fireworks have
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coming investigators say fireworks might be the cause of a fire that ripped through a hertz rental car lot in south san francisco yesterday. this is cellphone video of the fire that gutted as many as 37 cars. they use the lot to store extra cars three miles north of the airport. mike has the july the 4th forecast. >> good news it's not going to be quite as hot as yesterday. bad news, if you don't like the heat, mid to upper 90s in east bay valleys. mid-80s -- it's so hot i evaporated and went away.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ wow. what a crowd out here this morning. >> this is a raucous crowd. happy birthday, america. let's take a look. the sounds of the holiday fireworks bursting in air. the beginning of our nation's celebrations. we're under way. many more to come. of course, good morning,g, america. george and robin enjoying their fourth of july. wherever they may be. i'm josh elliott. alongside elizabeth vargas. >> it's great to be here. i love the red, white and blue hats.
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you look particularly patriotic today. >> now, i'm like seven feet. no. >> we're going to have this this morning a full look at all of the ways our nation celebrates this fourth of july. and the celebrations that are going north of on our border, in canada, where william and kate are doing their first official visit as a royal couple. kate's really, really wowing them. >> she is. >> playing foosball. this is a man of the people. apparently, folks are very excited to see her, more so than him. he's extremely happy with that. not at all threatened. we want this to be the v vy best fourth of july. i have one word -- pie. really, really good pie. how can you beat pie? >> we're going to find all different ways to make several
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different pies. and we're g gng to have our kickoff with the best summer books. i can't even hear myself talk. > at any rate, we're going to check for the morning headlines with bianna golodryga. >> good morning you and josh. happy fourth of july to you folks at home. we begin with the developing story overseas. the taliban claims to have captured and executed a nato soldier in southern afghanistan. the british defense ministry confirms that one of its soldiers is missing. we're following another developing story, this one off baja, california, where a tourist fishing boat carrying 44 people, most of them americans, capsized in heavy seas during a thunderstorm. one of the american tourists had died. and eight people are missing. some survivors were able to swim
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the shore. but they had to hike for quite some time to get help because the area is so remote. >> the reports that we received of the people who have been recovered are 27 u.s. passengers, mostly came from the northern californian area. the remaining 17 are the crew members aboard the vessel. >> the coast guard is helping the mexican navy search the area. seven of the eight people still missing are tourists. and montana's governor is accusing exxon mobil of downplaying the extent of this weekend's oil spill in the yellowstone river. the company says the oil leaked from a pipeline was mostly contained to a ten-mile stretch of river near billings. but the governor says closer inspections are needed. this fourth of july, no holiday for the jury deciding whether casey anthony killed her 2-year-old. a visibly distraught casey anthony sat through closing arguments over the weekend. if the jury finds her guilty of
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first-degree murder, she could get the death penalty. police in upstate new york say that a man killed in a motorcycle accident sunday would have survived if he had worn a helmet. the man crashed and was thrown off the handlebars while taking a part in a ride to protest the state's helmet law. the latest transformer movie took in 97 million bucks. the biggest opening of the year and breaks the record for a three-day fourth of july weekend. and finally, josh, you came up just for this. some fun with fireworks on the fourth. first, some fascinating video. someone actually mounted a cameras onfire works showing what happens after the fuse is lit. unique look of its flight through the sky. and here, blowing up confiscated fireworks in new york. i guess that's a guy thing,
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right? >> it is, things that go boom. >> josh, wow, wow. >> terrific. thank you, bianna. time now for the weather. sam champion is away. stephanie roberts, though, is not. she's in from our tampa station with the latest. stephanie. >> good morning. usually when we think of the fourth of july, we think of the beaches and barbecues. what about skiing? they're still up to that in crystal mountain in washington. realal? they still have a seven-foot base throughout the month of july. having a lot of fun. here's my thought, they've got the bikinis on the ski slopes. look at this, they're going to need wet suits here at gold beach in oregon, 48 degrees the water temperature there. it gets better as you slide on down the coast. east coast water temps are in the 80s. definitely some warm water to be
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found. we'll be watching for some scattered storms up and down the east coast. some heat bubbling up in the middle of the country. we got 91 still heading into the dakotas. upper 90s in denver. and billings will be hot. josh, we're hoping that mother nature keeps the fireworks away from us this year. >> indeed. still ahead here on "good morning america" -- the important news from will and kate's trip. what is she wearing?
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[crowd cheering] it's hard to see, when you move so fast. [sfx: car horn] so i left the stage and i joined the audience. i didn't perform. i observed. and what i saw, inspired me. and now, i'm ready to step back into the light. ♪ aaah, killing me softly and i'm still... ♪ i put so much into my new album, and only target gives you all of it. ♪ welcome back. four days until will and kate come to america. making their way across canada making their way to los angeles.
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today, they're on prince edward island and so is abc's bob woodruff. good morning again to you, bob. >> reporter: good morning, josh. a very interesting day today. first of all, you have to know that kate, the duchess of cambridge has become a real massive superstar. a very emotional time yesteteay when prince william came out to give a speech out in quebec city and they woke over to these group of parents. these two little girls give her a group of flowers. one of the fathers asked her, wished her the best the ultimate when she had a family. she said, yes, i hope to. very interesting. today, also a very interesting event that's going to happen right here on this ke. you know, that prince william is actually a military helicopter pilot, he's going to do a demonstration of the water birding, which is emergency landing procedure.
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he's going to put down in the lake himself, so that it doesn't crash by turning it over into the row or thes. that's going to be great event. he's going to be racing in this race on the boat, a dragon boat race. we'll see who wins. whether him or kate? on the other team. josh. >> terrific stuff, bob woodruff on prince edward island. let's turn to katie nicholl, also there on prince edward island. she joins us now. i want to ask you about those comments she made about the first reported comments which she hopes of wanting to start a family. what kind of a stir will have that back in britain >> it was quite a surprise for us to hear her say that. quite an emotional response. in my travels with these two is how much they do speak to people. they want to interact with the public. this whole tour is about meeting
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the canadians. for kate to be a hope, prince william spoke about their wishes to start a family. you look at them, the love between them, probably not too long befefe they do. >> the cam paoir sons will follw kate throughout to diana. on her first official tour as a royal, how do you kate is handling it so far? >> she's handling it phenomenally well. i was very impressed with how she connected with the veterans, second world war veterans. she just had this infinity with them. she was interested in them. she crouched down. she insisted of them not standing up. very hands-on, in just the same way that princess diana was and
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again with the children as well. both of them, very hands on inspect is a team act. they really do complement one another. we're looking forward to the activities today. this dragon boat race pits each other against, onehem of has to win. >> kate, on this tour, how has the wardrobe struck thus far? >> you know, josh, she did not bring a stylist out here as well. she had the option of a lady in waiting or a dresser. she's dressed herself. between two, three outfits a day. star like. do they like her here? they love it. she sparks a craze.
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let's see if it catches on in america as well. >> she wore the same dress on canada day? i'm all about recycling. i want to ask you about the other royal wedding on the weekend, prince albert and now princess charlene of monaco, a wedding that f you believe reports that didn't come to pass. what do you make that the princess tried to flee sf. >> i suspect, quite a bit of truth to those reports. the fact that the first duty of the princess is going to have to carry out is standing by her husband while he takes a paternity test. but, we shall wait and see. it may not be the fairy tale wedding that it seems. go to abcnews.com/gma for
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kate's fashion slide show. turning to hot summer reads now. we're going to bring you the best july 4th has to offer and some of the biggest authors back there hitting the shefs this weekend. what you should be reading and here with an insider must-read checklist is jane buckingham, author of the modern girl's guide to life. this is always a favorite pastime for everybody, to pick their beach reads. their summer reads. fourth of july reads. let's start with the hottest fiction. a book that has been causing all sort of sensation in britain. what would have happened if princess diana had lived. >> from the cover itself, it's called the untold story, it's basically the idea of what if
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princess lydia had lived and moved to america and sort of disguised herself. it's causing a lot of controversy. the most reviewed book in london the week it debut. a r rlly interesting idea. it certainly has caused a lot of buzz. but a very well-told story. but a great beach read. >> especially as we just marked princess diana's 50th birthday. this next book is a book that i'm dying to read the snowman. >> creepy, coming out of scandinavia. this is his third book. it's already sold 9 million copies. it's translated in 40 countries on the first snow, a boy wakes up to find that his mother has disappeared and the sign is a snowman in the front yard it's very creepy.
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next the fiction read that you picked is called the kid, by sapphire. >> 15 years, a long time. very dramatic, profane, i have to warn you. a good book to sort of sink your teeth in. our blazing beach reads. a little bit lighter. the firsttne is danielle steel's latest book, happy birthday. >> this is a great idea ix it's "happy birthday." the idea mother, daughter, hitting two big birthdays. 60 and 30. they both find love in unexpected places. next, silver girl by elin
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hilderbrand. >> a madoff-like wife who loses her fortune, her respect, her friends. she goes to nantucket, in meeting up with her high school sweetheart, regains a lot of what she has lost. >> trying to start over and try herself anew. >> she has to turn her house into a bed and breakfast. if i can't get to nantucket, at least i can read about it. >> they're loosely based on real-life people and real-lie events our scorching thrillers. the latest entry by tom clancy. >> definitely worth the read. what i love about tom clancy, he always seems to predict events that happen in the future. he foretold what was going to happen to bin laden.
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this book, he talks about the mexican drug cartel teaming up with the taliban. you always wonder what does this guy know? all right, next, we have the adrenaline by jeff abbott. >> the title speaks for it. it's a page-turner. lot of different p pt twists. a guy who's wrongly accused of killing his wife. here, we have the latest on agent oo the next chapter in 00 12k3w4r7 it's set in the modern day. he's come back from the afghanistan war, interpreted in a modern way. >> this one is robpocalypse. >> all modern technology shuts down all at once. steven spielberg has optioned this. he's set to direct this.
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>> people obviously have really high hopes for this. all right, finally, our sizzling true stories. the first, the man in the rockefeller suit. we have sex on the moon and stories my father told me, stories that leonard lyons told him. jane thank you so much. find out more about them at abcnews.com/gma. on this fourth of july, you may want to declare your independence from the summer heat. slip into a cool movie theater near you. to discuss what you might be seeing, chris connelly is here with a look at the best and the rest playing near you. >> independence is the hinge of the summer movie season. plenty of block busters still in season. here's what's up when the lights go down.
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still plenty of time to see director michael bay testing his biggest bang theory in transformers/dark of the moon. >> oh, look at this. >> cars 2, to spy thriller. el camino that lacks a little bit of that pixar wonder. >> it's larry crowne. >> tom hanks, how many time has he amused us on screen. larry crowne, down sized at work. the oh, yes, she's got it smile of community college professor,
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julia roberts. cameron diaz's "bad teacher," r-rated rifts and some pretty big laughs, too. >> oh. >> super 8's j.j. abrams teaming with steven spielberg, the summer's best reviewed popcorn movie thus far. though for pure moviemaking excellence, brad pitt stars in the tree of life the ambitious visually stunning story of a texas fmly and their journey through life, death and the meaning of it all. what's new -- next week, kevin james gets in the cage for "zookeeper." horrible bosses may t te a backseat to jennifer aniston's
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image reboot. the world war ii action, captain america could salvage a tough summer thus far for heros in spandex. >> how c cse can we get? >> speaking of action, mila kunis, black swan industrial siren with justin timberlake in "friends with benefits." >> if the offers keep rolling in. >> the primate power of rise of the planet of the apes. this is the summer that looms largest over the summer. harry potter the's seventh movie. fans who must now bid these characters farewell.
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>> you know all of the harry potter's movies have been good movies. waiting for a great film. but, you know those three leads have been a nice job sustaining that franchise. >> when you think about having three kids grow up in front of our very eyes, that's right. >> i'm fascinated to see what jennifer aniston is going to look like in "horrible bosses." . she's getting down and dirty in this morning. >> she joined lara spencer earlier last week, she certainly dove into the role.. she should be a sight t to be hold.
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civic center bart station is open once again on a regular holiday schedule after a fatal shooting by bart police officers. they were investigating a drunk man on the platform last night. he had a broken bottle and possibly knives. a bart officer was injured. the man was shot three times and later died in a hospital. >> san francisco firefighters are looking into the cause of a fire that starred in a garage of an apartment building in glen park neighborhood. it starred on mission street and spread to two adjacent buildings. one resident suffered smoke inhalation. let's get the 4th of july traffic situation with danielle. >> no traffic situation.
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traffic is still light over the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights have remained off all morning long. mass transit, no service for "h" bart and muni operating on a holiday schedule. >> mike nicco has
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good morning. low 70s and 80 in antioch. rest of us in the 50s and 60s. slightly cooler this afternoon due to is a slight sea breeze, 75 in san francisco, mid-80s to 90 around the bay shore and
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south bay and mid to upper 90s inland. hottest temperatures tomorrow, ♪ we're going to show you what you didn't see from beyonce's concert. a very raucous times square. good morning to you. george and robin are off. if they were sleeping they're up now. >> it's great to be here. start our celebration for fourth of july with all of these fine folks here from all over the place. >> what better way to help celebrate our nation's birthday than to eat a slice of pie.
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these are real pies. elizabeth karmel is going to make us some pies, tasty. >> it doesn't look like we're going to see rain today. stephanie roberts from our tampa affiliate is going to tell us if it's going to look across the country. >> northeast, doesn't look like the capital concert will be a problem there in washington, d.c. a slight chance of a scattered shower. chicago, we'll get the fireworks off there. las vegas, still a slight chance for a shower. let's look at independence, missouri, 90 with s se cloud cover there. patriot, ohio, you'll be up near 90 as well. and hot in
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>> save me some pie down there, josh. the best july 4th ever. one word for you -- pie. joined here by elizabeth, what do you have here? i'm a cook but i'm not really a baker. >> it's simple. >> that sounds complicate zbld it's not complicated. most complicated part about it is its name. usually cherry pie has one kind of cherry. we got two kinds.
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sweet bing cherry and sour cherries. they're both in season right now. >> fresh or canned? >> these are jarred. but you can use fresh ones if you like. >> available at any grocery store. all right. >> okay, since we're using some sour cherries, i'm going to use some sugar. you're going to cook this until the sugar melts. that's what we have here. the most fun part about making a fruit pie is a slurry. i'm going let you do that. add corn starch. all natural. it thickens things up. we're going to put water in there. mix that with the world's smallesmalal est whisk. >> all right, put that in here. >> great, perfect.
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so, all we have to do is bring this up to a boil. >> nicely done, josh. >> trust me, we have a long way to go. >> a little fresh lemon juice. >> ooh. all right. we're going to bring that up to a boil. then, this she what it l lks like. we're going to put knit a pie crust that we blind baked. what that means, you put beans or something in a raw shell so it doesn't pop up. >> you proved the recipe. you know what, this is store bought. mine is always home made. but it's super simple. either way. put the cherries into your pie. >> all right, put the cherries in here. all right, josh.
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>> oh, wow! >> all right. look at that. there's just one last step. we're going to put fruitful topping on it. it gives it that great flavor. almost like coffee cake. sugar, flour and butter. >> get it all in there. >> put that all in there. >> that was mine -- >> that's done. >> oh. mix that together. live >> live television. it happens sometimes. >> pinch a salt. >> just a pinch. don't ruin it. >> excellent. and then, you got this one that
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you can sit on top of your pie. >> now, just sprinkle it on there. >> yeah, we're going to bake it until the filling is nice bubbly and warm. >> what makes it so crispy and crunchy? >> the butter and the flour. >> it's always the butter. >> butter makes everything tastes better. >> put some bacon on this it would be the greatest thing ever. >> that is brilliant. in 30 minutes, that's what your pie is going to look like. >> and look at what i have done. we do have some other pies. >> peach blackberry, great summer fruits. >> it's gorgeous, elizabeth. >> you know what, we're making pies the new cup cake. >> that's our beauty queen, that's the banana cream pudding. give me some more, some more.
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>> elizabeth carr mel, we appreciate it. i'm sorry that i did that to your pie. i'm very sorry.cacacacacacacacaa
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♪ who run the world, girls beyonce rocked our summer concert series on friday. she played some of her old classics for us. one of them was a multiplatinum single, single ladies. >> you all having a good time this morning? [ cheers and applause ] . >> if you're enjoying yourself, t me hear you make some noisis sing and dance as loud as you can this morning. i want you to forget about all of your dra mass and troubles
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and get locked in this music this morning. i want my left side to make some nice. i want the right side to make some noise. do i have any single ladies in the house? [ cheers and applause ] . >> do i have any single ladies in the house? put your hands up. ♪ all the single ladies all the single ladies ♪ ♪ all the single ladies all the single ladies ♪ ♪ all the single ladies all the single ladies ♪ ♪ all the single ladies all the single ladies ♪ ♪ now put your hands up up in the club we just broke up ♪ ♪ i'm doing my own little thing decided to dip ♪ ♪ but now you wanna trip 'cause another brother noticed me ♪ ♪ i'm up on him he up on me don't pay him any attention ♪ ♪ i cried my tears for three good years you can't be mad at me ♪ ♪ 'cause if you like it then you should have put a ring on it ♪
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♪ if you like it then you should've put a ring on it ♪ ♪ don't be mad once you see that he want it if you like it ♪ ♪ then you should've put a ring on it ♪ ♪ ♪ if you like it then you should have put a ring on it ♪ ♪ if you like it then you should've put a ring on it ♪ ♪ don't be mad once you see that he want it ♪ ♪ if you like it then you should've put a ring on it ♪ ♪ i got gloss on my lips a man on my hips got me tighter than my dereon jeans ♪ ♪ acting up drink in my cup i can care less what you think ♪ ♪ i need no permission did i mention don't pay him any attention 'cause you had your turn ♪ ♪ but now you gonna learn what it really feels like to miss me ♪ ♪ 'cause if you like it then you should have put a ring on it ♪ ♪ if you like it then you should've put a ring on it ♪ ♪ don't be mad once you see that he want it if you like it ♪ ♪ then you should've put a ring o oit ♪
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♪ ♪ if you like it then you should have put a ring on it ♪ ♪ if you like it then you should've put a ring on it ♪ ♪ don't be mad once you see that he want it ♪ ♪ if you like it then you should've put a ring on it ♪ >> where's your hands at, single ladies? ♪ don't treat me to the things o othis world i'm not that kind of girl ♪ ♪ your love is what i prefer what i deserve he's a man that makes me then takes me ♪ ♪ and delivers me to a destiny to infinity and beyond pull me into your arms say i'm the one you own ♪ ♪ if you don't you'll be alone and like a ghost i'll be gone ♪
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>> i see you all got your hands clapping. you're having a good time say yes. all right, repeat after me. ♪ hey, hey ♪ hey, hey ♪ hey, hey sn ♪ hey, hey ♪ ♪ hey, hey ♪ hey, hey ♪ hey, hey ♪ hey, heyey
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>> you all sound good. ♪ ♪ >> all right. ♪ 'cause if you like it en you should have put a ring on it ♪ ♪ if you like it then you should've put a ring on it ♪ ♪ don't be mad once you see that he want it if you like it ♪ ♪ then you should've put a ring on it ♪ ♪ if you like it then you should have put a ring on it ♪ ♪ if you like it then you should've put a ring on it ♪ ♪ don't be mad once you see that he want it ♪ ♪ if you like it then you should've put a ring on it ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] is t tre any place better to be than central park right now? we want to thank young for spending part of your july 4th weekend. it's end of time. and beyonce. >> put your hands together. >> come on.
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♪ come take myy hand, i will not let you go ♪ ♪ i'll be friend, i will love you so deeply ♪ ♪ i'll be the one ♪ i will love you until the end of time ♪ ♪ i'll be your baby, i'll promise not to let you go, love you like crazy ♪ >> ♪ say you'll never let me go, say you'll never let me go ♪
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♪ stay away from here, there's nothing between us but space and time ♪ ♪ ♪ i will not let you go, i will be your friend ♪ ♪ i will love you so ♪ i will be the one ♪ here we go ♪ i'll be your baby, i promise not to let you go, love you like crazy, promise you'll never let me go ♪ ♪ say you'll never let me go, say you'll never let me go ♪ ♪ say you'll never let me go ♪ say you'll never let me go ♪ baby, let's go
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♪ baby, let's go ♪ ♪ >> one, two, three, here we go! ♪ say you'll never, say you'll never, say, say ♪ ♪ say you'll never ♪ say you'll never ♪ i just want to love you ♪ i just want to live for you ♪ i'll never let you go free ♪ come and take my hand, i'll never let you go ♪
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♪ i'll be your friend, i will love you so ♪ ♪ i will love you >> sing it. ♪ i'll be your baby, i promise not let you go ♪ ♪ love y y like crazy, say you'll never let me go ♪ ♪ say you'll never let me go, say you'll never let me go ♪ ♪ say you'll you'll never let me go ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. give it up for the dancers. give it up for my band over here. thank you all so much. thank you all for wait something lolo.
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[ cheers and applause ] we want to thank elizabeth karmel. i'm a pie person. thank you very much. i want to quickly point out, the shoes that you have not seen
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ABC News Good Morning America
ABC July 4, 2011 7:00am-9:00am PDT

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